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Poland`s aid to Ukraine if Russia invades - part 9


cms neuf 1 | 1,782
12 Feb 2024 #1,111
Man who uses oil as a weapon then criticizes the US for using the dollar a a weapon

But it's a free market - if people want to use other currencies then nothing is stopping them (except in the case of Yuan and Rupees etc there are extensive stupid regulations set by dictators)

The reason your nephew got less zloty is because we just elected a new government to replace the corrupt religious nut jobs who ran up the deficit with handouts and kielbasa. The zloty is stronger now
PolAmKrakow 2 | 1,024
12 Feb 2024 #1,112
@cms neuf
The zloty is stronger because the dollar has weakend. It is pretty cyclical now though, and should get a pop up in a month or so. The US fed reserve has not reduced interest rates, and that is effecting the dollar as well. That said, I like how the new government is handling the Orlen situation and other things that effect the economy. Lots to do.

Looks like Ukraine will get the money at some point. The senate will pass a bill this week and congress will get to vote on it. Border controls were completely removed and Biden will now have to explain how the illegal immigration is not a porblem leading up to the election.
mafketis 36 | 10,863
12 Feb 2024 #1,113
His message to the US was simple there is the law of nature

Vlad Vexler's interpretation is a little different (he watched the whole stupid thing).

roughly: "Let's do politics without pretense. Only a few countries should have any rights to self-determination and other countries need to fall in line or suffer the consequences."

Primitive loser thinking....
Novichok 5 | 7,853
12 Feb 2024 #1,114
Only a few countries should have any rights to self-determination

...and never those Western warmongers would like to keep intact to allow the snake to grow bigger and longer.

Then any referendum, by definition, is illegal, immoral, criminal, anti-democratic, corrupt, and evil. See Crimea.
Ironside 53 | 12,493
12 Feb 2024 #1,115
and never those

Oh shut up you moon! Spewing your usual nonsense, if you hat the US elites just do it without talking rubbish about issues and things you have no clue about!

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Vlad Vexler's interpretation is a little different (he watched the whole stupid thing

There is no contradiction here, only there was a dig at the US. You are no longer the dominant global power and so on... See that fragment where he goes about the Roman Empire.
mafketis 36 | 10,863
12 Feb 2024 #1,116
do it without talking rubbish about issues and things you have no clue about!

Doesnt' leave him many topics....
Novichok 5 | 7,853
12 Feb 2024 #1,117
Oh shut up you moon! Spewing your usual nonsense,

I will when you, Euros, pay off your part of those 34 trillion bucks in US debt.
In the meantime, GFY.

Memo to morons: That war started in 2008, just as WW2 didn't start on September 1, 1939. Only low-IQ simpletons...never mind...waste of time...
Ironside 53 | 12,493
12 Feb 2024 #1,118
when you,

suck on it, nobody listens to you, why should anyone on a different continent take you seriously? lol You are a joke to your wife and you are brazen enough to make some funny demands here, go and take a cold shower, and if you are still that combative find yourself a cock and challenge it to a duel, using only your claws.
Novichok 5 | 7,853
12 Feb 2024 #1,119
Hey, azhole, I don't demand anything. You do.

Oh shut up you, moron!

You forgot a comma and r. I fixed it for you...
Ironside 53 | 12,493
12 Feb 2024 #1,120
You forgot a comma and

take that coma stuff it in the place your missing brain should be, and fix it!
Novichok 5 | 7,853
12 Feb 2024 #1,121
Comma, not coma.
Can you repost it in English?
Ironside 53 | 12,493
12 Feb 2024 #1,122
Can you repost it in English?
@ Novichok

Have you done as you were told? I see not, come back when you successfully perform that operation.
Bobko 25 | 2,002
12 Feb 2024 #1,123
Ukrainian sh*t is boiling over again. Dupas are exploding at orbital escape velocity.

Thank you, Polish colleagues.

The last post is maximum funny. In Russia and Poland we wipe our ass with bread - of course! Traumatized by Holodomor, and now bread is sacred. Idiots. Bread is sacred to all Slavic people, and probably not only Slavic people.

If a farmer is dumping grain onto the asphalt that's the strongest message he can send.

It seems Ukrainians need more practice adopting the language of victimhood from Western instructors.









Novichok 5 | 7,853
12 Feb 2024 #1,124
This war like no other shows how removing women and kids results in extreme destruction and loss of life as it reduces the cringe factor and gut-wrenching optics to almost nothing. Men being ripped apart is "normal" in wars so as long as women and kids are safe all is passable. Later, they will be told that Daddy will not be coming because he is in heaven. Did you do your homework?

I still remember that naked girl running down the street in Vietnam. Such pictures cannot ever be erased.
Bobko 25 | 2,002
12 Feb 2024 #1,125
removing women and kids results in extreme destruction and loss of life

Also the guys are depressed. No jobs, no money, not safe to go out in the streets lest you be caught by recruiters, and constant paranoia about the wife.

There are some crazy statistics about what percentage of women have found themselves a new Polish, French, or English boyfriend. Also, some very hysterical blog posts from Polish, French, and English women who hosted a Ukrainian woman and then lost their husband - haha!
Novichok 5 | 7,853
12 Feb 2024 #1,126
woman and then lost their husband - haha!

An irony and a bad joke rolled into one...Good!

women have found themselves a new Polish, French, or English boyfriend.

...and they are not going back!!!! hahahahahahahaha...

A question to morons: Do you still think that refusing to talk to my hero and idol, Putin, way back in 2022 was a good idea?

If you answer yes, a follow-up question: How much did you send to Ukraine to fight for their "freedom and democracy" in dollars?
Moral support does not buy food so shove it up your ass.

I watched the interview. Putin was awesome.
cms neuf 1 | 1,782
12 Feb 2024 #1,127
WW2 for Udmurtians started mid September when you joined your Nazi allies in invading a peaceful neighbor

I notice during Putler's interview at one point he started going on about some Canadian who fought with the Nazis. It was very weird as the USSR were Nazi allies for two years and I thought even the official Udmurtian version confirmed that ?

To answer your question about 5000 zloty. Plus paid for one family to go to Canada and employed a few more Ukrainians here
Bobko 25 | 2,002
12 Feb 2024 #1,128
.and they are not going back!

There may be a war going on, but life goes on... and people are still people.

Long distance relationships can hardly last more than two years. Women in their 20s and 30s have a limited amount of time to make "life happen".

It also doesn't hurt that Ukrainian women are some of the most beautiful women in the world, and come from a country where traditional gender roles are still the mainstream.

If you are some fat English matron (ruddy red cheeks and the teeth of a horse), whom the husband tries to escape nightly at the bar, then I would feel very threatened indeed by a fit Ukrainian refugee living for several months in my house.
Novichok 5 | 7,853
12 Feb 2024 #1,129
allies in invading a peaceful neighbor

Yes, I agree. Invading Iraq and Afghanistan was not nice. Spending 7 trillion bucks and getting nothing in return was moronic.
To Russia's credit, for the effort and expense in money and lost lives, Russia got a good chunk of Ukraine and its resources.
What did the US get for its 100,000 dead soldiers in K, V, I, and A?
Bobko 25 | 2,002
12 Feb 2024 #1,130
To answer your question about 5000 zloty. Plus paid for one family to go to Canada and employed a few more Ukrainians here

For the first time, I feel something resembling respect towards you.
Novichok 5 | 7,853
12 Feb 2024 #1,131
Now drop the sarcasm and tell us how you really feel about him...
Ironside 53 | 12,493
12 Feb 2024 #1,132
Ukrainian

they start to annoy me more and more!
Bobko 25 | 2,002
12 Feb 2024 #1,133
I don't know where they get this feeling that everybody owes them...

Great mystery!
Ironside 53 | 12,493
12 Feb 2024 #1,134
Great mystery!

I wonder if they are from Galicia if so that would explain it - inbreeds.
mafketis 36 | 10,863
12 Feb 2024 #1,135
haha!

russsia in a nutshell... creates human misery and then laughs at the results...

a culture custom built for nasty losers
Bobko 25 | 2,002
12 Feb 2024 #1,136
@Ironside

The way half these posts are written, I suspect they are not Ukrainian at all.

For a lot of Western people, especially the ones with little dogs in their Twitter profile and a Ukrainian flag, this war is some kind of role playing fantasy game. I've noticed quite a few of them start using the terms "we", "us" when referring to actions by frontline units.

It's a progressing mental illness.

Some of them, of course cross all reasonable borders, and begin inspiring interstate conflicts - like between Poland and Ukraine - purporting to speak for Ukraine.

How I know these people are not Ukrainian:

1) A lot of them acted surprised that Zelensky was not popular, when the Zaluzhny firing story began to develop. This included some accounts with 100,000+ followers, writing things like "my conversations locally provide no indication that Zelensky is anything but unanimously popular". To me, this was an immediate giveaway that their relationship to Ukraine is a little bit less than zero.

2) Using language like "especially traumatizing" and "bread is sacred". Seems somebody read one book about Ukraine and has now declared himself a specialist. I don't think even Ukrainians are retarded enough to write stuff like that.

3) Again, the Zaluzhny firing. All sorts of pseudo Ukrainians came out and started accusing everybody and their mother of spreading Russian propaganda, when it was still not confirmed. They painted a picture of some famous friendship between Zelensky and Zaluzhny - again, this is a 100% giveaway that a person has never picked up a Ukrainian newspaper in their life.
mafketis 36 | 10,863
12 Feb 2024 #1,137
In other news..... in occupied Königsberg, another deranged russian loser decided to blame russia's invasion of Ukraine on Immanuel Kant.....

twitter.com/Gerashchenko_en/status/1757112502809166138

There are so many smart russians at the individual level but they're all focused on completely stupid loser theories that their country remains a large garbage dump full of angry, resentful losers who seethe that they're not the kings of the world....
Bobko 25 | 2,002
12 Feb 2024 #1,138
decided to blame russia's invasion of Ukraine on Immanuel Kant.....

Damn. That's digging deep, even by my own standards. Respect to this man.

It never occurred to me that the Metaphysics of Morals may have been where we conclusively parted ways with the West.

they're all focused on completely stupid loser theories that their country

How come, then, when Britain was going through its period of post imperial hangover, and tried to act out - in Suez - serious people came and immediately put Britain back in its place?

Why is this not happening to Russia now? Perhaps Russia is not so degraded as some former "has beens" and still has some oomph?
cms neuf 1 | 1,782
12 Feb 2024 #1,139
Well Britain in the 50s was a democracy with a free press and so there was public debate about the limits of its power and the importance of self determination for the colonies

Udmurtia today is a place where disagreeing with the boss can get you killed - same as the 1950s
Bobko 25 | 2,002
12 Feb 2024 #1,140
Well Britain in the 50s was a democracy

Britain was devastated by two world wars in succession. Bankrupt, broken, and suddenly made to play second fiddle to yesterday's junior employees.

Democracy somehow did not prevent Britain from accumulating the world's largest empire.

It was the money running out, which broke it.


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